AIM Architecture was responsible for designing the interior of Naked Stables in Moganshan, Deqing, China. The project was completed in October 2011. The architectural firm came with the idea to mix African colorful elements and rural Chinese concept for the designing project.
Naked Stables consists of 120 rooms, two restaurants, a bar, and a conference center and AIM Architecture designed the interior for all these spaces. Meanwhile, it takes 2.5 hours from Shanghai to reach Naked Stables.
The architectural firm was inspired by African nature reserves and rural Chinese elements to design the resort’s interior. They mixed the elements together with a touch of contemporary vibe.
From the restaurants, the bar, and the conference room, you can see clearly the crossover of African and Chinese elements integrated into the interior.
The resort emphasizes the connection of personal comfort with luxurious feels for every visitor. Pristine and mesmerizing landscape plays an important role to adorn Naked Stables and provide comfort for them in return.
The contemporary mix of African colorful element and traditional Chinese concept blends well with Naked Stables’ surrounding nature.
Via AIM Architecture